Number of medals for the USA team at the 2022 Winter Olympics: complete list of all medals won by the USA


The 2022 Winter Olympics are underway on NBC and Peacock and the United States is looking to rack up as many medals as possible. This year, the Winter Olympics are being held in Beijing, China, from Friday February 4 to Sunday February 20. Join Peacock Now and watch every moment of the 2022 Winter Olympics live!

At the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, the United States finished fourth overall with 23 medals overall. Specifically, Team USA came home with 9 gold medals, 8 silver medals and 6 bronze medals. Norway, Germany and Canada finished in the top three overall and gold medals. How will the United States fare in 2022? How many medals has Team USA won so far?

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USA Total Medals: 23

  • Gold Medals: 8
  • Silver medals: 9
  • Bronze medals: 6

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Medals won by Team USA so far at the 2022 Winter Olympics

  1. Julia Marino (Westport, CT) – Silver Medal in Women’s Snowboard Slopestyle
  2. Jaelin Kauf (Alta., WY) – Silver Medal in Women’s Moguls
  3. Team USA – Silver Medal in Team Figure Skating
  4. Ryan Cochran-Siegle (Burlington, VT) – Silver Medal in Men’s Super-G
  5. Jessie Diggins (Afton, MN) – Bronze medal in cross-country skiing (women’s individual freestyle sprint)
  6. Colby Stevenson (Park City, UT) – Freestyle Skiing Silver (Big Air)
  7. Lindsey Jacobellis (Park City, UT) – Snowboard Gold (Women’s Snowboard Cross)
  8. Chloe Kim (Los Angeles, CA) – Snowboard Gold Medal (Women’s Halfpipe)
  9. Nathan Chen (Salt Lake City, UT) – Men’s Singles Gold (Figure Skating)
  10. United States – Gold in Mixed Team Aerials (Freestyle Skiing)
    • The American team Ashley Caldwell (Ashburn, Virginia), Chris Lilis (Pittsford, NY) and justin schoenefeld (Lawrenceburg, Indiana) won gold in the event’s Olympic debut.
  11. United States – Gold Medal in Mixed Snowboard Cross (Snowboard) Finals
    • The American team of Lindsey Jacobellis (Park City, UT) and Nick Baumgartner (Iron River, MI) wins the gold medal in the mixed team snowboard cross event. This is the second gold medal in Beijing for Jacobellis, who is competing at his fifth Olympic Games. Baumgartner becomes the oldest snowboarder to win an Olympic medal, his first medal in his fourth Olympic appearance.
  12. Erin Jackson (Ocala, Fla.) – Gold in Speed ​​Skating – Women’s 500m
    • Erin Jackson first hit the ice in 2016 after cutting her teeth as an inline skater. After quickly becoming one of the best speed skaters in the world, Jackson nearly didn’t make it to Beijing after taking an unusual misstep in practice and finishing 3rd. But his teammate and friend Brittany Bowe (Ocala, Fla.) gave up her spot in the event for Jackson. Jackson is the first American woman to win this event since 1994.
  13. Madison Hubbell (Sylvania, OH) and Zach Donohue (Madison, CT) – Ice Dance Bronze
    • Hubbell and Donohue’s team achieved personal bests in the rhythm dance, free dance and combined total score to win bronze for the United States in ice dancing. Four years ago they finished 4th in PyeongChang and announced they planned to retire this spring.
  14. Kaillie Humphries (Calgary, Alta.) – Gold in bobsleigh (women’s monobob)
    • In the women’s monobob Olympic debut, the United States won gold and silver. It was Humphries’ fourth medal and first representing the United States (formerly represented by Canada) – she now holds three gold medals and one bronze.
  15. Elana Meyers Taylor (Douglasville, Georgia) – Silver in bobsleigh (women’s monobob)

    • It is also the fourth Olympic medal for Meyers Taylor (three silver, one bronze), and she and Humphries are the most decorated bobsledders in history. Meyers Taylor’s medal comes after she spent several days in solitary confinement in Beijing after testing positive for COVID-19, separated from her young son Nico.
  16. Megan Nick (Shelburne, Vermont) – Bronze in Freestyle Skiing – Women’s Aerials
    • In his Olympic debut, Megan Nick won bronze in women’s jump. The victory marks the first Olympic medal for the United States in this event since Nikki Stone won gold in 1998.
  17. United States – Bronze in Speed ​​Skating – Men’s Team Pursuit
    • The American team Ethan Cepuran (Glen Ellyn, IL), Casey Dawson (Park City, UT), Emery Lehman (Oak Park, IL), and Joey Mantia (Ocala, FL) all won their first Olympic medals with a third-place finish in the speed skating ring.
  18. Alexander Hall (Salt Lake City, UT) – Gold in Freestyle Skiing – Men’s Freestyle Slopestyle
    • Alex Room threw a super progressive run 1, with a right double cork 1080 in a 900, to score a 90.01. The race finally took place to win slopestyle gold.
  19. Nicholas Goepper (Lawrenceburg, IN) – Silver in Freestyle Skiing – Men’s Freestyle Slopestyle
    • Nick Goepper repeated her silver from PyeongChang for a third career medal at the Games.
  20. United States – Women’s Hockey Silver
    • Four years after the United States defeated Canada for women’s hockey gold in PyeongChang, the two teams met again in the gold medal game. This time, Canada won 3-2, while the United States took silver. Both teams have won medals in each of the seven Olympic women’s hockey tournaments (Canada – 5 gold, 2 silver, USA – 2 gold, 4 silver, 1 bronze).
  21. Brittany Bowe – Bronze in Speed ​​Skating – Women’s 1000m
    • Another inline skater from Ocala, Fla., picked up a medal at the speed skating oval in Beijing as Brittany Bowe won bronze in the 1000m for her second career medal (she also won bronze in the women’s team pursuit in 2018).
  22. David Wise (Reno, NV) – Freestyle Silver – Men’s Halfpipe
  23. Alex Ferreira (Aspen, CO) – Bronze in Freestyle Skiing – Men’s Halfpipe
    • PyeongChang silver medalist Alex Ferreira scored an 86.75 in his first run to earn him a bronze medal.

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